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  • #142315

    protowrxs
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    Someone should take advantage of this type of fig for the heck of it.

    I know.. “It ain’t Lego”, but it looks like it would be fun to animate.


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    -Stephen

    #142333

    Dave
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    Nice job! That was really cool. More articulation than a minifig… Now if only the jaw moved.

    -Dave

    #142335

    Anonymous

    Wow! Very good test.
    Makes me want to go out and buy a set.

    Did MB Corp hire you yet? 😉

    #142341

    jpapasso
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    It would be a cool addition for a halloween film (maybe for next year) or maybe an indana jones type / pirate flick. Maybe one of us could/should add him to our collection and put him in a film.

    Im headed to Toys-R-Us in a lil while to find the vorgon fig from you previous film. Ill look for the skelly one too.

    #142550

    jpapasso
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    Well Protowrx, I have picked up a set of those Skellies and Im going back for more. I expect to have a Pirate film (or should I say Pyrate Film) done here real soon. Im getting inspiration up the Ying Yang with these figs. The only thing I feel will slow me down is the bluescreening/CGI I may have to do as I dont have the cash to be buying those Pyrate Ships. Anyhow, Im real excited about this film.

    EDIT: The coolest thing about these figs is they named all of them, and their pictures are on the box, so you know if you are going to be buying duplicates, and each named fig looks different then the rest. Much more variety then Lego, unfortunately.

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